BS Imaging (Radiology) Technology

The Imaging (Radiology) Technology (RAD) Program that combines classroom studies, hands-on exercises in well-equipped laboratories, and intensive supervised clinical practice in affiliated hospitals. Some prerequisite courses, including human anatomy and physiology, must be completed prior to admission. Applicants must attend at least one information session, and complete the admissions assessment (A2) with the minimum qualifying scores, within one year of the application deadline as part of the qualifications for admission to the RAD Program. Upon completion of the Program, graduates will be able to:

  • Take diagnostically acceptable radiographs of any or all parts of the body.
  • Practice appropriate radiation safety measures.
  • Communicate and interact appropriately and effectively with patients, patients’ family and friends, peers, staff, and supervisors.
  • Work effectively as a team member with students, staff, and radiologists.
  • Maintain professional and ethical behavior as a healthcare provider.
  • Adapt patient positioning, projections, and technical factors based on patient condition.
  • Discuss the value of life-long learning and being an active member of a professional society.
  • Duration:
  • 4 Years
    (8 Semesters)
  • Seat Breakup:
  • 40